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FOX News
Jan 18, 2010 4:30am EST
of the 17th district in florida. no politician in the united states is more personally affected by the tragedy here in haiti. little haiti in miami is entirely and congressman meek's district. how are your constituents faring? we are trying to get the computer situation sorted out to show the video of the dramatic rescue you witnessed but how are your constituents faring? >> they are suffering, many lost family members. they are also concerned about the family members. miami dade firefighters are here, rescue team. i have been with them half a day. and they rescued the 3-year-old little girl and they are rescuing a woman and two children right now. so i am very excited to be here. i also feel that it's a long-term recovery and many of my constituents will be a part of that recovery. in florida there are a lot of volunteers, a lot of missions, southern baptists are very much involved in what's going on here. so geraldo, i am very excited about all of the love that is pouring out throughout the world. especially from florida and from the united states. >> are you worried about the hi
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 10:30am EST
bombing attempt on christmas. limiting most carry-ons for flights headed to the united states and gary says get ready for the security plans to arrive in the u.s. and get ready to pay more to fly because of it. gary? >> well, look. over the last nine months, before even the holidays, airlines have taken in $2 billion, for checked bag gadggad i know they care about safety but a close second is the buckos and you'll see a lot more baggage and you'll see a lot more paid because of it. >> gary you are so cynical. >> not gary. >> it would look so horrible for the airlines if they had to ban carry-ons and do all checked bags and if they looked like they were profiting from this. at least in the short run. if we go the way of the canadian airlines, i don't think they'll do it. they'll probably end up having to do the reverse and waive the checked bag fees in the short run. >> adam, last year when fuel prices, jet fuel prices went through the roof airlines put in all kinds of fees and fuel prices, they didn't take them they've table and maybe gary has a great point here. >> thank you. >> consu
FOX News
Jan 25, 2010 4:30am EST
turning it into a military trial with the united states being in charge. the british were particularly angry about that. >> oliver: tensions ran high. unlike the germans, the japanese had burned thousands of incriminating documents, but suddenly, there was a break. after his arrest, this man, prince kito stunned the prosecution team with his diaries, detailing some 6,000 entries covering events in japan's aggressive expansion by war. >> the japanese opinion of the war, tojo was the top man of course, tojo had a pretty good handle on things at the end there and tried to commit suicide. >> about to be arrested as a war criminal he shot himself with a pistol displayed there, instead of committing hairy carey, and failed to kill himself, he was treated by an army doctor and received blood transfusion frs an american army soringt sergeant. >> a lot of the japanese felt he districtly blundered. >> oliver: 3 may, 1946, outside the building, guarded by m p's, the defendants are brought to justice in blacked out buses. shiny black limosines delivered nine of the 11 international buses judges, t
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 10:30am EST
fascinating story. the union movement has totally collapsed in the united states, except in the public sector where workers do not have to compete, only where workers don't have to compete on pay, performance and productivity can unions survive. i'm a member of three unions. i love my union. but unions are a thing of the past, except in monopoly situations. the only one that works is the government. the unions own the government and the government owns the union. >> a total number of work increase unions, in the public sector than in the private sector, even though the private sector is five times bigger in terms of the number of people who -- >> unions only can thrive and get their super good pay and super good benefits if there is no competition, if you're not competing with workers in other countries. if you are, forget it. >> all right. forget the phony spending freeze. just cut spending. that's what steve forbes is telling the president to do. up next, no matter who wins congress in the 2010 election, our guest says they will be winners regardless. >>> midterm winners, no matter w
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 10:30am EST
: napolitano, estimates there are between 100 and 200,000 haitians living in the united states right now and prior to yesterday afternoon, they were living here essentially illegally and in limbo. almost all of them were on what is known in the little haiti neighborhood in miami as the list. the list for deportation. however, now with temporary protected status now granted haitian nationals living in the country prior to the earthquake, they can now get their driver's license, they can get a work visa to get a job and have access to some other federal benefits in terms of money and assistance so they can try to get their life together here. but again, temporary protective status is simply an 18 month state. so this would have to be readdressed in a year and a half. >> and what was the government's explanation for granting tps? >> napolitano said number one, this is an act of compassion. keep in mind, temporary protective status is designed to be humane so people are not repate crated back to their home land in cases of war, famine, drought, earthquake, hurricanes or other extraordinary d
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